Q) Firstly, how disappointed are you with Brahmotsavam’s failure ?
Like everyone, I am hugely disappointed with the outcome and respect the audience’ decision.
Q) Tell us about A..Aa ?
This is a simple film which deals with relationships and I am very confident that everyone will end up coming out with a smile on their faces.
Q) How crucial is this film to your career ?
A..Aa is a make over film for everyone. You will see all of us in a complete different avatars which is even new for us. Trivikram has dealt with a simple story so beautifully that everyone will fall in love with it.
Q) How was it working with Trivikram once again ?
Thanks to him, I have completely grown as an actor. He has pushed me very hard in my role and what ever praise I will get after the film releases, is all because of him.
Q) Tell us about your character ?
I play a very knotty and bubbly girl in the film. She is very close to my real life character and has lot of shades of mine.
Q) How was it working with Nithin ?
Nithin is a very close friend and it was very difficult for us to get romantic during the initial stages of the shoot. After some serious instructions from Trivikram, we got the feel right and completed the shoot.
Q) Your name is being promoted more for this film. How do you take it ?
See, I do not select roles depending on the co-star or director. I am very clear that my role should have strong enough depth for me to say yes to the project. I do not believe in all this and take things as they come.
Q) So how are dealing with all your relationship rumours ?
I do not want to talk about them as they have created enough head ache for me in the recent weeks. Only my work and films should speak for me and I am very clear about this and will make an announcement whenever I feel so.
Q) Your future projects ?
As of now, I am doing Janatha Garage and have a few Tamil films lined up.
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